Spamoo

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Spamoo is an infamous can of spam from sea world. Not to be confused with Shampoo. He does all kinds of tricks, like sitting on a table, falling off the table when someone bumps into it, and being able to be cooked at temperatures up to practically infinity without being harmed in any way.

"I'm a robot!" "Really Winthorpe?"

Theme song[edit]

Spamoo has a theme song, and it goes like this:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Danish version)[edit]

Spamoo has a theme song in Danish as well. This is how people in...uh...Dane? celebrate Spamoo.

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Eskimo version)[edit]

Eskimos celebrate spamoo as well. Here is how.

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (German version)[edit]

Yes, Germans, too, love, Spamoo, this, sentence, has, too, many, commas, so, I'll, add, a, period. Anyway, Germans sing about him this way::::

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Austrian version)[edit]

Austrians love Spamoo, and would elect him president if it weren't for the can of tomato soup who is the current dictator of their realm. The Austrian version of the Spamoo song goes like this:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Indian version)[edit]

Yes, in India, Spamoo is very popular. This is how they sing when they see him.

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Chinese version)[edit]

Spamoo is banned in China, but a few underground rebels sing about him when they aren't rebelliously searching Google.

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Spanish version)[edit]

The spanish like spamoo, because spanish and spamoo sound alike almost except the words.

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (French version)[edit]

The french don't like him at all, but if they did they'd sing like this:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Japanese version)[edit]

Linguists consider this version the most fascinating of all versions of the Spamoo song, but it isn't really, the German version is much better. They just say that because they want to impress the japanese women. The Japanese version goes like this:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Egyptian version)[edit]

Egyptian youths have to memorize the arabic version of the spamoo song for a festival. The arabic version sounds like this:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Australian version)[edit]

There is no Australian version.

Theme song (Australian version)[edit]

I said, there is no Australian version.

Theme song (Australian version)[edit]

Alright, fine. They have one, but don't tell anyone because they are highly embarassed about it:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Swahili version)[edit]

Africans love Spamoo, almost as much as they loved his father, Lardmoo. The Swahili version of the song is like this:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Austrian version)[edit]

I already gave this version, but in case you forgot, it goes like this:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

Theme song (Latin version)[edit]

The ancient Latin people predicted Spamoo's Existance years before he was born, proven by their song about him:

Spamoo, spammoo,

Spaaaammoooooooooooooooooooooo

Spa-moo.

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